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Voicing the Victims of Narcissistic Partners: A Qualitative Analysis of Responses to Narcissistic Injury and Self-esteem Regulation (2019)
Journal Article
Green, A., & Charles, K. (2019). Voicing the Victims of Narcissistic Partners: A Qualitative Analysis of Responses to Narcissistic Injury and Self-esteem Regulation. SAGE Open, 9(2), https://doi.org/10.1177/2158244019846693

Addressing an under-researched aspect of narcissism, this study investigated subclinical ‘grandiose’ and ‘vulnerable’ narcissism within the context of domestic violence. Common triggers evoking narcissistic rage, and differences in narcissistic inju... Read More about Voicing the Victims of Narcissistic Partners: A Qualitative Analysis of Responses to Narcissistic Injury and Self-esteem Regulation.

Is the jury still out? The decision making processes of jurors (2018)
Thesis
Curley, L. J. (2018). Is the jury still out? The decision making processes of jurors. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1254168

The current thesis aimed to identify the process through which jurors reach their decisions, and to investigate the factors that may make the trial by jury process unfair for the individuals involved in criminal trials (i.e., the defendant, the prose... Read More about Is the jury still out? The decision making processes of jurors.

Cationic host defence peptides as novel therapeutics for chlamydia infection (2018)
Thesis
Cozar Fernandez, B. Cationic host defence peptides as novel therapeutics for chlamydia infection. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1254078

Chlamydia represents a group of Gram-negative bacteria which can infect and cause disease in a diverse range of organisms. The most well-known member of the family is Chlamydia trachomatis, the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection acr... Read More about Cationic host defence peptides as novel therapeutics for chlamydia infection.

Teaching climate change: understanding the intellectual and emotional challenges (2018)
Thesis
Bhagat, M. Teaching climate change: understanding the intellectual and emotional challenges. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1253694

Introduction and Aims This study aims to evaluate the relationships between emotions and learning in the context of climate change, a ‘wicked’ subject that has profound and worrying implications for the future. It explores barriers to engagement and... Read More about Teaching climate change: understanding the intellectual and emotional challenges.

Pre-birth child protection (2018)
Report
Critchley, A. (2018). Pre-birth child protection. Glasgow: Iriss

Key points Pre-birth involvement forms a small but increasing part of child protection work in Scotland Social workers have the task of protecting the unborn baby from current risk and making a plan for predicted risks, at the same time as maki... Read More about Pre-birth child protection.

The traveling researchers’ sisterhood: Four female voices from Latin America in a collaborative autoethnography (2016)
Journal Article
Zapata-Sepúlveda, P., Stanley, P., Ramírez-Pereira, M., & Espinoza-Lobos, M. (2016). The traveling researchers’ sisterhood: Four female voices from Latin America in a collaborative autoethnography. Qualitative Research Journal, 16(3), 251-262. https://doi.org/10.1108/qrj-07-2015-0062

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to present a collaborative (auto)ethnography that has emerged from the meeting of four academic researchers working with and from the heart in various Latin American contexts. Design/methodology/approach Our “... Read More about The traveling researchers’ sisterhood: Four female voices from Latin America in a collaborative autoethnography.

The Strength of Festival Ties: Social Network Analysis and the 2014 Edinburgh International Science Festival (2016)
Book Chapter
Jarman, D. (2016). The Strength of Festival Ties: Social Network Analysis and the 2014 Edinburgh International Science Festival. In L. PLatt, & I. R. Lamond (Eds.), Critical Event Studies, 277-308. Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-52386-0_14

The development of event studies as a field of research and education has misunderstood and misrepresented the social networks that underpin the industry. Such relationships are too often characterised in terms of stakeholders, which prioritises inst... Read More about The Strength of Festival Ties: Social Network Analysis and the 2014 Edinburgh International Science Festival.

Writing the PhD Journey(s): An Autoethnography of Zine-Writing, Angst, Embodiment, and Backpacker Travels (2014)
Journal Article
Stanley, P. (2015). Writing the PhD Journey(s): An Autoethnography of Zine-Writing, Angst, Embodiment, and Backpacker Travels. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 44(2), 143-168. https://doi.org/10.1177/0891241614528708

Doing PhD is a “black box.” While inputs, outputs, and milestones are visible, there is a sizeable gap in our understanding of candidates’ lived experiences. This may cause some academic advisors to erroneously assume their students’ experiences are... Read More about Writing the PhD Journey(s): An Autoethnography of Zine-Writing, Angst, Embodiment, and Backpacker Travels.

Experiences of knowledge brokering for evidence-informed public health policy and practice: three years of the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy (2012)
Journal Article
Frost, H., Geddes, R., Haw, S., Jackson, C. A., Jepson, R., Mooney, J. D., & Frank, J. (2012). Experiences of knowledge brokering for evidence-informed public health policy and practice: three years of the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy. Evidence and Policy, 8(3), 347-359. https://doi.org/10.1332/174426412x654068

Despite a burgeoning literature on, and widespread interest in, knowledge translation and exchange in public health, few articles provide an account of the actual experiences of knowledge brokerage organisations. The Scottish Collaboration for Public... Read More about Experiences of knowledge brokering for evidence-informed public health policy and practice: three years of the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy.

What do parents feel they need? Implications of parents' perspectives for the facilitation of parenting programmes (2003)
Journal Article
Miller, S., & Sambell, K. (2003). What do parents feel they need? Implications of parents' perspectives for the facilitation of parenting programmes. Children & Society, 17(1), 32-44. https://doi.org/10.1002/chi.726

This paper is based upon in-depth interview studies with a range of parents and explores their beliefs, expectations and experiences of parenting support. Three dominant ways in which parents viewed parenting education are identified. The implication... Read More about What do parents feel they need? Implications of parents' perspectives for the facilitation of parenting programmes.